Jaap W. Ouwerkerk
Jaap W. Ouwerkerk
Associate Professor of Communication Science, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Self‐categorisation, commitment to the group and group self‐esteem as related but distinct aspects of social identity.
N Ellemers, P Kortekaas, JW Ouwerkerk
European Journal of Social Psychology 29 (2‐3), 371-389, 1999
Group-level self-definition and self-investment: a hierarchical (multicomponent) model of in-group identification.
CW Leach, M van Zomeren, S Zebel, MLW Vliek, SF Pennekamp, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 95 (1), 144-165, 2008
When forgiving enhances psychological well-being: The role of interpersonal commitment.
JC Karremans, PAM Van Lange, JW Ouwerkerk, ES Kluwer
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 84 (5), 1011-1026, 2003
When people fall from grace: Reconsidering the role of envy in schadenfreude.
WW Van Dijk, JW Ouwerkerk, S Goslinga, M Nieweg, M Gallucci
Emotion 6 (1), 156-160, 2006
Avoiding the social death penalty: Ostracism and cooperation in social dilemmas.
JW Ouwerkerk, NL Kerr, M Gallucci, PAM Van Lange
The social outcast: Ostracism, social exclusion, rejection, and bullying …, 2005
How to overcome the detrimental effects of noise in social interaction: the benefits of generosity.
PAM Van Lange, JW Ouwerkerk, MJA Tazelaar
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 82 (5), 768-780, 2002
Deservingness and Schadenfreude
W Van Dijk, J Ouwerkerk, S Goslinga, M Nieweg
Cognition and emotion 19 (6), 933-939, 2005
Self-esteem, self-affirmation, and schadenfreude.
WW van Dijk, GM van Koningsbruggen, JW Ouwerkerk, YM Wesseling
Emotion 11 (6), 1445-1449, 2011
Group commitment and individual effort in experimental and organizational contexts.
JW Ouwerkerk, N Ellemers, D De Gilder
Social identity: Context, Commitment, Content, 184-204, 1999
When the going gets tough, the tough get going: Social identification and individual effort in intergroup competition.
JW Ouwerkerk, D de Gilder, NK de Vries
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (12), 1550-1559, 2000
“How many bad apples does it take to spoil the whole barrel?”: Social exclusion and toleration for bad apples.
NL Kerr, AC Rumble, ES Park, JW Ouwerkerk, CD Parks, M Gallucci, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (4), 603-613, 2009
Towards understanding pleasure at the misfortunes of others: The impact of self-evaluation threat on schadenfreude.
WW Van Dijk, JW Ouwerkerk, YM Wesseling, GM van Koningsbruggen
Cognition and Emotion 25 (2), 360-368, 2011
How to cope with "noise" in social dilemmas: The benefits of communication.
MJA Tazelaar, PAM Van Lange, JW Ouwerkerk
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 87 (6), 845, 2004
Schadenfreude: Understanding pleasure at the misfortune of others.
W Van Dijk, JW Ouwerkerk
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Impact of responsibility for a misfortune on schadenfreude and sympathy: Further evidence.
WW Van Dijk, S Goslinga, JW Ouwerkerk
The Journal of Social Psychology 148 (5), 631-636, 2008
What is smart in a social dilemma? Differential effects of priming competence on cooperation.
S Utz, JW Ouwerkerk, PAM Van Lange
European Journal of Social Psychology 34 (3), 317-332, 2004
When we enjoy bad news about other groups: A social identity approach to out-group schadenfreude.
JW Ouwerkerk, WW Van Dijk, CC Vonkeman, R Spears
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21, 214-232, 2018
The role of self-evaluation and envy in schadenfreude.
WW van Dijk, JW Ouwerkerk, RH Smith, M Cikara
European Review of Social Psychology 26 (1), 247-282, 2015
The benefits of being disadvantaged: Performance‐related circumstances and consequences of intergroup comparisons.
JW Ouwerkerk, N Ellemers
European Journal of Social Psychology 32 (1), 73-91, 2002
“So you wanna be a pop star?”: Schadenfreude following another's misfortune on TV.
WW van Dijk, JW Ouwerkerk, GM van Koningsbruggen, YM Wesseling
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 34 (2), 168-174, 2012
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